A baby simulator that’s uniquely designed for comprehensive training in newborn assessment and resuscitation

CAE Healthcare’s first tetherless and completely wireless infant simulator, CAE Luna, offers a complete range of options for essential training in the care and medical treatment of a neonate in crisis. CAE Luna is remarkably lightweight and realistically represents a baby from birth to 28 days after delivery.

Built on a scalable platform to meet critical healthcare education objectives and compliance requirements in newborn nursing, the Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), CAE Luna enables learners to practice and gain proficiency in newborn assessment, neonatal resuscitation, advanced life support and more.

Combined with CAE Maestro's user-friendly software interface and the exceptional blend of durability, reliability, and quality for which CAE is known, this neonatal simulator is everything you've been waiting for in infant patient simulation training.

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Luna Tech Sheet

CAE Luna Head to Toe

CAE Luna: Power On and Power Off Procedure

CAE Luna: Needle Decompression

CAE Luna: Intramuscular (IM) and Subcutaneous (SQ) Injection

CAE Luna: How to Use the Urinary System

CAE Luna: Fontanel

CAE Luna: Neonatal Laryngospasm Simulation

CAE Luna: Peripheral IV and Radial Artery System

CAE Luna: StethoSym

CAE Luna: SymDefib

CAE Luna: Tracheostomy Care

CAE Luna’s Umbilical System

Luna User Guide (English)

Maestro for Luna User Guide (English)

CAE Luna infant simulator

CAE Luna baby simulator


Enhance your CAE Luna infant simulator

  • Advanced Mechanical Ventilation Support
  • Physiological Model


CAE Luna is built on a configurable platform (Live and Advanced) with unique and comprehensive configuration options that allow for progressive skills development from essential newborn nursing protocols and Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) skills to Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) training requirements.


CAE Luna may be operated on-the-fly, with pre-programmed or user-developed Simulated Clinical Experiences (SCEs). With CAE Maestro patient simulation software, operate CAE Luna manually or drive your neonatal patient simulation automatically through the power of CAE Physiology.


Full gender interchangeability expands neonatal training potential while saving on cost and valuable space.


Luna's StethoSym technology enables clearer, more realistic, heart, lung and bowel sounds. CAE Luna is available with an optional external SymDefib box for practice in defibrillation and cardioversion on real equipment.


CAE Luna offers several distinctive features for quality training in neonatal care, including laryngospasm management capability, and spontaneous breathing options with variable respiratory rate and breathing patterns.


As the only baby simulator currently available with a pre-made tracheostomy site, CAE Luna offers unrivaled training advantages. Designed to conveniently facilitate priming of all fluid ports from just one site, CAE Luna is additionally equipped with three peripheral IV ports, and one peripheral arterial catheter port.

Express, Value or Premier Warranty Coverage - Stress-free maintenance for your CAE Luna simulator

All levels include unlimited technical and clinical support via phone and email as well as parts and labor, software updates, CAE Academy learning module updates & more

Powered by CAE Maestro

CAE Maestro is a user-friendly software interface that can be operated on the fly or with pre-programmed Simulated Clinical Experiences. Maestro is intuitive and tablet-based, allowing facilitators to maneuver vital signs and patient states within seconds. Maestro also is designed for easy creation of user-developed Simulated Clinical Experiences and scenarios.

CAE Maestro manual or modeled mode, the choice is yours!

In Manual Mode, instructors may set up training scenarios quickly and in real-time by indicating the patient’s clinical signs as they so choose. This means that the instructor is in the driver’s seat and manually makes all changes to the patient’s condition and even controls how the patient will respond to interventions, either on-the-fly or by utilizing a preprogrammed Simulated Clinical Experience (SCE).  Manual Mode operation also features a streamlined, user-friendly interface that contains only the essential controls for more ease of use.

Alternately, when you choose the Modeled Mode, it is the power of the CAE Physiology engine that automatically drives realistic patient evolution and responses to interventions. Simulator responses are based on real clinical data.  The instructor is in charge of defining the underlying patient state so that the patient will exhibit progression of clinical signs (including automatic responses to most interventions).  CAE Physiology empowers instructors to create simulations of higher fidelity with more consistency, giving them the ability to maximize learning value and reduce the risk of negative training.

With Manual and/or Modeled Modes, CAE Maestro for the CAE Luna neonatal simulator can fit any instructor’s teaching preference, enabling them to meet their most specific and critical training objectives in infant patient healthcare. 


Newborn to 1 month Y Y
Length 21 inches Y Y
Target Weight 8 lbs Y Y
Interchangeable gender Y Y
Bleeding via externally connected IV Y Y
Internal battery Y Y
Wireless facilitator control Y Y
Anatomically correct airway Y Y
Oral endotracheal intubation Y Y
Nasal endotracheal intubation Y Y
Right mainstem intubation Y Y
Laryngeal mask placement Y Y
Oropharyngeal airway insertion Y Y
Nasopharyngeal airway insertion Y Y
Pre-made tracheostomy site Y Y
Manual chest excursion (BVM) Y Y
Asymmetrical chest excursion Y Y
Oral and nasopharyngeal suctioning Y Y
Lung sound auscultation Y Y
Pneumothorax decompression Y Y
Chest tube placement Y Y
Circumoral cyanosis N Y
Laryngospasm N Y
Spontaneous breathing N Y
Variable respiratory rate and breathing patterns N Y
Detection of ventilated air N Y
Pneumothorax decompression detection N Y
Substernal retractions N Y
Mechanical ventilation support (with Advanced External Lung)  N Y
Manual tristate pupils Y Y
Manual adjustable fontanelle Y Y
Active arm movement N Y
Digestive and Urinary
Feeding tube placement Y Y
Distended abdomen with esophageal intubation Y Y
Urinary catheterization with fluid return Y Y
Bowel sound auscultation Y Y
Chest compressions Y Y
IO access Y Y
IM injections Y Y
Peripheral venous access via cephalic vein Y Y
Peripheral venous access via lateral marginal vein Y Y
Peripheral venous access via temporal vein Y Y
Central venous access via umbilicus Y Y
SQ injections Y Y
Peripheral arterial catheter placement Y Y
Subclavian catheter placement Y Y
Bilateral bracheal pulses Y Y
Variable pulse strength Y Y
Library of cardiac rhythms Y Y
Commercial ECG device compatible Y Y
Heart sound auscultation Y Y
Chest compression metrics Y Y
Femoral pulse N Y
Umbilical pulse N Y
Light and dark skin tones Y Y
Elbow Y Y
Shoulder Y Y
Hip Y Y
Knee Y Y
Neck Y Y
Jaw Y Y
Removable umbilical cord supporting cut-down Y Y
SymDefib Y Y
Commercial defibrillator compatible Y Y
Physiological model Y Y
External lung N Y
Facilitator control software Y Y
Emulated patient monitor software Y Y

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